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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by edition, Feb 14, 2010.

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    [Feb 14, 2010]
    Hi,

    Car is due its MOT in the next month and Audi are again offering it for free.


    They have a different offer on the tables this time tho. either free or pay £50 and get upto £750 of free repairs (has excluded items on there).

    What do you think.... Car is a 2005 and flown through previous ones...
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    I'd take the free MOT myself.... well I did last week when mine was due.

    I thought the £750 of repairs are come the next MOT? I can't imagine for a minute this deal is any better for the customer than it is for Audi!
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    Hi,

    Sorry i might have got this wrong!

    So you think it's £50 and they payout in a yrs time? or if anything fails between after the MOT and the next?
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    [Feb 14, 2010]
    My understanding is you pay £50 (and get Audi to fix any problems), then come the next MOT, if any parts covered under the insurance fail, then Audi pay out.
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    Doesn't sound a bad deal then.........
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    I'm pretty sure it is a bad deal. A lot of things that the car is likely to fail on wont be covered!
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